Kelly Gleason is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
Dr. Gleason is a nationally recognized as a pioneer in developing patient-reported measures of diagnostic excellence, and in recasting the role of the nurse in the diagnostic process. In her research and practice, she leads efforts to include nurses and patients in metrics to identify and enhance diagnostic excellence. In recognition that some of the most vulnerable patients have an increased risk of misdiagnosis as we move to electronic modes of healthcare engagement, she developed and led a program to increase digital access for low-income older adults. Community researchers across the country are adapting and implementing this program, demonstrating national impact.
Dr. Gleason completed her BSN at Georgetown University and her PhD at Johns Hopkins University.
Johns Hopkins University